March 2019

Hello everyone today I will talk about awareness.. Child trafficking is a offence that exploits girls and boys for numerous purposes is forced labor and sex. Child trafficking is profitable and often relate with criminal activity and corruption, it is hard to estimate how many children suffer, but trafficking and exploitation is an increasing risk to children around the world. Just after human trafficking occurs, children are often trafficked for commercial sexual exploitation like domestic...Read More...
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Round one - What conditions are animals made for selling living and how does being vegetarian help them?

Does being vegetarian help animals and is it a sustainable way to live your life? Round one will be: What conditions are animals made for selling living and how does being vegetarian help them? People always say that they are vegetarian because they care about animals and they want to help them, but how is them not eating meat helping? And what are they trying to help? I will be searching for answers to these questions. How do farmers treat livestock? Since this is a highly opinionated...Read More...
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Drugs

Bruce Ambrose  (Tigithi School)
Hi guys it has been for a while since i posted but its because we had gone for our mid term holiday and our school is having some issues with the internet, but at least we are back on line even though the network is not yet strong enough some times there is internet signal some times there is no internet connection. Today I'm going to be checking at the relation of dugs and corruption because drugs and corruption work in one way like when one court selling drugs uses corruption to get out of...Read More...
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Hello butterfly effect.My aim today is to look at space light pollution on the ozone layer Because technology have affected many things like the ozone layer through rockets and others.Today nobody knows the extent to which rocket-launchs are re entering .The climate impact of rockets has not really been seriously addressed .Rockets accumulates in the upper stratosphere where particles absorb sunlight . ozone loss is caused by accumulation of heat through the upper stratosphere. emissions ,...Read More...
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I decided to create a children’s short story, with the intention of teaching the concept of the Growth Mindset in a way for children to understand THE BIG RED ‘F’ By Joelene Brewer Jill was a bright young girl, with eyes like warm, summer earth and hair a bundle of glossy curls She liked to twirl through fields in the welcoming gusts of wind; She liked to dance on stage in costumes, and she loved to perform, even if just to crack jokes that make her friends laugh and grin. Jill also liked...Read More...
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For next Wednesday (March 13), please post a reflection focusing on the process that you and group have gone through to decide on a volunteer action and make contact with that organization. What challenges did you face? How did you overcome them? What is your plan going forward? Looking forward to reading your responses! Ms. Martin and Ms. StuartRead More...
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Last Reply By Kaley Stockton (Charles Best) · First Unread Post
Hi butterfly effect,it has been for a long since I posted my last post.Here am back with an interesting search.The positive and negative effects of communication.The use of technology has prevailed and proved out to be one of the best blessings to the human kind till date.this same technology has given rise to the communication which has been changing its entire face from the past few years.The Simple telephones were the first to be used which on the wired mechanisms.It then developed to...Read More...
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Hi everyone, For this week's research round, I will be talking about conventional medicine (aka Western medicine) and conventional practices. In my last post, I introduced the concept of alternative medicine, including what it entails, examples of alternative treatments, and controversial aspects surrounding this area of medicine. For this post, I will introduce the recent as well as pertinent historical advances that have been made through conventional practices, explain what they are, the...Read More...
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Hey everyone, I'm back with my third round of research before the break and I will be investigating the different types of technology teenagers use on a daily basis and for what purposes. For this research round, I will be using a combinations of creditable courses as well as incorporating my opinion on the topic because as a teen myself I feel like I have some insight knowledge on this topic based on what my peers do. Although it may seem a bit redundant that teens use computer and phones...Read More...
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Hey everyone!Today my research is based on the main railway disturbance.These are: Noise vibration Air Soil water First, my research will be on noise vibration .Then others will be on my next research. Railway noise pollution can be either from airborne sound or from vibration-induced as a result of rail traffic . The main source of railway noise comes from freight wagons, followed by high-speed trains and inner-urban railways. However, locomotives passing and accelerating, freight wagons...Read More...
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Hi everyone! Welcome to my third research round for my inquiry question: “How is education connected to intelligence and success?”. In my first round, I discussed the concept of intelligence. Furthermore, I went into depth on whether intelligence is a “nurture or nature”. In my second round of research, I investigated education. Topics from accessibility to availability were touched. In this post, I will be delving more into the connection between intelligence and education. I will be...Read More...
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Last Reply By Rhea Manhas (Charles Best) · First Unread Post
Hey everyone! This will be my final round of research for this cycle, but I will most likely be continuing my next cycle with something along the lines of this project. I have really enjoyed sharing my research as well as incorporating some personal experiences into this cycle. My research this round is almost solely focused on the hatchery, as its main points will be about upcoming projects and future of the hatchery and why I'm trying to promote it and raise awareness. Here's my inquiry...Read More...
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Hello everyone,,,I was inspired by another post that is; climatic change threat and solution by Peter Shirazi <@Tigithi (Kenya)>.The post really impacted me as it had awesome points that were well explained.As for me I decided to do a deeper research on it.I discovered that high temperatures result to melting of glaciers in which there is rise in sea levels that causes floods. What causes the rising of temperatures? this is due to global warming that is,greenhouse gas effect caused by...Read More...
Last Reply By Heeva Chavoshi (Charles Best) · First Unread Post
Hello Butterfly! On my last post ,I was working on the effects of climate change on marine life .Today I will be dealing with the relationship between drought ,climate change and corruption. Corruption is the dishonest and fraudulent conduct by those in power ,typically involving bribery .For instance ,Kenya is a country located in the horn of Africa ,though it is an economic powerhouse, it is being faced by an ongoing drought which has been further fueled by the political climate and...Read More...
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Round 2 Hello everyone! I’m back this week with my second round of research. For those of you who do not know my question, here it is: with this new generation, should we be changing how and what we are teaching in school? This round I will be focusing on the different types of learning and what that means which incorporates the different ways to teach, as well as the new ways being integrated into our learning. The new teaching ways (which incorporates the new BC curriculum) vs. the old...Read More...
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Hey hey B-Effectors! What you will be reading in this post: what "success" is or may be, the researhc methods that are available to you. There will be fun videos and a survey introduction to you that will be released in a few days. Click navigate to post: [ 1 ] As always, thank you for reading. Round 2, Begin. Inquiry Question: How can we use effective research and studying to build a successful life? In order to find out the best answer to this inquiry question, we need to first understand...Read More...
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Hello folks!I hope things are going well ,today i want to fulfill my promise.My topic is still under rail disturbance.My research is on how rail disturbance affect soil and air as there under main rail disturbance as we saw on my previous research. SOIL POLLUTION The increase of human population and vehicles ,emissions coming from transportation have become one of the most important sources of heavy metals ,PAHs and herbicides in the soil. Fuel kindling ,vehicular and track material...Read More...
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AIR TRANSPORT

Ashilline Wanjira
Hello everyone!I think things are going well. Today my research is on air transport. Air transport is an important enabler to achieving economic growth and development. Air transport facilitates integration into the global economy and provides vital connectivity on a national, regional, and international scale. It helps generate trade, promote tourism, and create employment opportunities. The modern age in the history of air transportation began with the hot air balloon designed by the...Read More...
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ORIGIN OF SOCCER.

Samuel Mwangi
DOES SOCCER UNITES? Hi every one...Today I wanna look at the above topic which av really got some interest on it and decided to do more research in order to share with you. When we think about the soccer, there are many hidden advantages that many usually see but they just ignore or rather see as they usual advantages. I decided to ask myself whether soccer unites or not and below are the results. Soccer is one of the few things that the entire world has in common which has been around for...Read More...
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Hello every one i'm back again.I have researched on disadvantages of F.G.M.They include: Painful sexual intercourse due to tightened muscles. Early marriages Excessive bleeding during operation\cut may lead to death Easy transmission of HIV|AIDS they share cutting instruments Difficult birth leading to multiple tears during child birth F.G.M is a manifestation of deeply entrenched gender inequality Where it is widely practiced, F.G.M is supported by both men and women,usually without...Read More...
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WILDLIFE DISEASES Wildlife,domestic animals and humans share a large and increasing number of , known as zoonoses. The continued globalization of society, human population growth , and associated landscape changes further enhances the interface between wildlife, domestic animals, and humans, thereby facilitating additional infectious diseases emergence. The wildlife component of this triad has received inadequate focus in the past to effectively protect human health as evidenced by such...Read More...
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Ebola hemorrhagic fever frequently has many complications;organs failure,severe bleeding,jaundice,dementia,shock,seizures,coma and loss of lives.Those victims fortunate enough to survive Ebola hemorrhagic fever still may mouths to resolve. Subsisted may experience weakness,exhaustion,headaches,hair loss,hepatitis,sensory changes and inflammation of organs.Some may have Ebola linger in their semen for months and others may have the virus dormant infect their eye. Male patient may have...Read More...
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Ebola is one of the world's deadliest viruses, with a fatality rate of up to 90% . As there is no known cure, and no vaccine, the best way to contain the outbreak is to educate people to recognise the symptoms early, as the risk of transmission is far lower in the early stages of the virus. Save the Children is increasingly concerned about the situation and is working in Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia and Mali alongside their respective health ministries, both to train medical staff on...Read More...
Last Reply By Perpetual Mugambi (SWEETWATERS) · First Unread Post
Hey everyone!Hope you are doing good.Today we will at effects of railways.The railway has bring up many effects.Actually am sure you agree with me that ;these effects are all almost positive. As we started this topic we saw that rail transport are accompanied with accident though rare compared to other modes.some of these effects were that railways; were a great physical achievements were a result of progress in the iron industry and coal output, brought about by greater use of steam caused...Read More...
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ORIGIN OF SOCCER.

Samuel Mwangi
BEST SOCCER AROUND THE WORLD . Hi guys...lastly we discussed about the importance of soccer in the world and today i want to discuss about best soccer around the world as i promised earlier. There are several aspects that ave done research for and here are the results below. 1 .Olympic soccer. Soccer was fist introduced in the Olympic games in 1908 as an official competition with women soccer being introduced in 1928. In the early years, soccer in the Olympic was only played by the talented...Read More...
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